Offensive Linemen (20)
Larry Allen, Walter Jones, Kevin Mawae, Jonathan Ogden, Orlando Pace, Will Shields.
Offensive Linemen: Larry Allen, Walter Jones, Kevin Mawae, Jonathan Ogden, Orlando Pace, Will Shields.
Please note that due to the 5th and 6th last Offensive Lineman, Allen and Ogden, being inducted in the same year, we are averaging out the last six.
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Peters doesn’t hit any of the MPA stats but anyone who has 9 Pro Bowls will get Hall of Fame consideration. If he has one great year left in him, it will be hard to keep him out.
Pouncey is seven for eight in terms of Pro Bowls and there is no reason to think that he won’t continue to collect more.
Yanda is also a Super Bowl Champion, winning with the Ravens at Super Bowl XLVII.
Whitworth may only have four Pro Bowls but three of them were in the last four years, showing him as one of the rare players better in his 30s than 20’s. If he can stay healthy and wants to play longer, he could meet the MPA in both Games and Approximate Value.
While Smith is on a six-year streak of Pro Bowls, he is under the AV/G. A seventh Pro Bowl and a third First Team All-Pro in 2019 would be huge for Smith.
Martin has gone five for five in Pro Bowls, alternating each season with a First Team All-Pro. As good as he has been his AV/G is still under the MPA, which shows how talented the Hall of Fame Offensive Lineman ahead of his have been.
Williams may not have ever been a First Team All-Pro (and only one Second Team Selection), but he is on a seven-year streak of Pro Bowls.
All 174 of Joe Staley’s NFL Games were starts with the San Francisco 49ers. His last Pro Bowl was in 2017.
Mack is on a four-year streak of Pro Bowls and though he has never been a First Team All-Pro, he has been on a Second Team All-Pro three times.
Kalil unretired and joined the New York Jets. His last Pro Bowl occurred in 2015.
Duane Brown had a Pro Bowl like season last year, although he wasn’t named to the team. His last Pro Bowl was in 2017.
A lot of eyes will be on Frederick as he sat out the entire 2018 season due to Guillain-Barre Syndrome. If he can continue his previous work, his Canton stock will definitely rise.
DeCastro’s last four seasons has seen him selected for the Pro Bowl and he is welcome stability to an unstable Steelers team.
Iupati’s last Pro Bowl was in 2015 and needs a rebound year badly.
Penn was a Pro Bowl Selection in 2016 and 2017 and this is his first season in Washington.
Turner made the last four Pro Bowls but he has never been an All-Pro, First Team or Second Team.
Pouncey is entering his second year with the Chargers and he was a Pro Bowl Selection last year.
Lewan’s three Pro Bowls were in his last three seasons.
Long is trending in the wrong direction as he was a Pro Bowl selection in his first three years but not in the last three.
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